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The summer may be over, but that does not mean that as the temperature cools, your burger cravings cease to exist. If you are anything like the Jerry’s Kitchen team, then your need for a burger never diminishes, no matter what time of the year it is. Due to this, we are giving you 14 burgers that will leave your mouth watering. If you are able to look at 22 pictures of #foodporn worthy burgers and not want a burger, then you’re either a vegetarian, or something might be wrong with you because these burgers are out of this world. Featured in this articles are burgers from restaurants all over the city. We have the brisket cheeseburger from Lo Spiedo at the Navy Yard to the burger at Tired Hands Fermenteria in Ardmore to the countless burgers at P’unk Burger on East Passyunk. What we are trying to tell you is that Philly is filled with delicious burgers that will require a pile of napkins to eat, so why don’t you go out and satisfy that burger craving of yours!
It’s only $10 during happy hour…
Head to Lo Spiedo for Happy Hour – Monday-Friday, 4:30-6:30 p.m. – and you can score the awesome brisket cheeseburger with fries for just $10. (Photo by Neal Santos)
Lo Spiedo is Marc Vetri’s new restaurant at the Navy Yard. Open for lunch and dinner, Lo Spiedo boasts a menu of meats slow-roasted on a spit or “spiedo” in Italian. The spectacular brisket cheeseburger is one of several menu highlights, and we recommend you go eat one at your earliest convenience.
Where Monday through Friday, 12-4 p.m., you can get a burger and a beer for just $14.
The burger at Fermenteria comes with lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese, candied bacon, pickles, housemade Hop Hands mustard and fries.
And their beer is so good…
The highly anticipated Tired Hands Fermenteria opened this spring immediately making it easier to get your hands on some of Tired Hands’ delicious brews and eats. Head there as soon as you can.
The new Whetstone Tavern opened in Queen Village this summer with a classic “Dad’s Burger” on its menu. It’s either a single or double patty with cooper sharp cheese, heirloom tomato, lettuce slaw, diced onion and pickles on a Martin’s Potato Roll.
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